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JΔS Georgia 72701 posts
status 5th Nov '12
Quoting Isaiah & Delilah's Mama:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Chelsea Dawns Mama:</b>" She said wanting/agreeing, so i took ... [snip!] ... Same here, she didn't clearly specify, I took it as all inductions as well. It wasn't that obvious to me. "Shrugs""


Well, not everyone's brain works the same.

Isaiah & Delilah's Mama 2 kids; Georgia 8616 posts
5th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Jas ♥:</b>" Well, not everyone's brain works the same."</blockquote>




I guess not ......

Isaiah & Delilah's Mama 2 kids; Georgia 8616 posts
5th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Aliana:</b>" I said agreeing not even thinking about emergencies. I was just thinking of my doctor who kept trying ... [snip!] ... was meant for situations like mine and the drama queens who are just "tired" of being pregnant and "cant take it any longer" "</blockquote>




Yuck! Can't believe your doc tried to force one on you.

Tash+1 1 child; Canton, Ohio 7839 posts
5th Nov '12
Quoting Aliana:" I said agreeing not even thinking about emergencies. I was just thinking of my doctor who kept trying ... [snip!] ... was meant for situations like mine and the drama queens who are just "tired" of being pregnant and "cant take it any longer" "


I completely understand situations like yours, where the doctor tries to push one on you, i guess i just took this as one of the anti induction, scare tactic posts. My bad.
I refuse to have an induction(unless medically needed of course), mostly because i want to avoid a c section at all costs. But around here, they wont let you go past 42 weeks, because then it becomes a risk to the baby or something like that.

Isaiah & Delilah's Mama 2 kids; Georgia 8616 posts
5th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Chelsea Dawns Mama:</b>" I completely understand situations like yours, where the doctor tries to push one on you, i guess i ... [snip!] ... costs. But around here, they wont let you go past 42 weeks, because then it becomes a risk to the baby or something like that."</blockquote>




Same here to the first part.



I had to have an emergency csection with my son, this one was planned! Boo:( for not being able to have a natural birth!

Aliana 1 child; California 391 posts
5th Nov '12

The way I see it is if you're having a healthy risk-free pregnancy, then go to a birthing center or have the baby at home :) I will never deliver in the hospital ever again :?

Tash+1 1 child; Canton, Ohio 7839 posts
5th Nov '12
Quoting Aliana:" The way I see it is if you're having a healthy risk-free pregnancy, then go to a birthing center or have the baby at home :) I will never deliver in the hospital ever again :? "


Unfortunately, i'll never have that opportunity :( I'll always be high risk.

Isaiah & Delilah's Mama 2 kids; Georgia 8616 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting Aliana:" The way I see it is if you're having a healthy risk-free pregnancy, then go to a birthing center or have the baby at home :) I will never deliver in the hospital ever again :? "


Meh, I don't agree . To each their own though :)
ETA: I mean if you want to that'd be great, I'd even love to. But I think hospitals are a good alternative as well. Some people just aren't comfortable giving birth anywhere else.